The Best Construction for the Distance Piece
The standard kilometer divides
itself 40075 times into the Equator. This number 75 is not convenient for
the calculations as we get decimal points. If we were to take the Lambu
Kilometer i.e. equal to 1.001875 kilometers and divide this into the length of
the Equator, we get exactly 40000 Divisions. We also notice that the
difference between 1 Lambu Kilometer and the standard kilometer is (1.001875
– 1) = 0.001875 or in other words, on a 1000 meters, only about 1.9
meters. Say a maximum of 2 meters or 2/1000 = 0.002. It would be
much more convenient to standardize the kilometer as one forty thousandth of the
length of the equator rather than the meter as being one tenth millionth of the
distance from the equator to the North Pole. In any case distance from the North
Pole to the Equator is not very logical as the earth does not rotate from the
north pole to the Equator but the Earth’s Equator rotates around its North Pole,
South Pole Axis. As such, it is more logical to standardize the kilometer as
1/40,000th part of the Equator. So, having standardized on the
Lambu Kilometers as being 1/40,000th of the length of the
Equator, the best scale to be adopted would be the Atichinna kilometer, the
scale of which is repeated here once again i.e. 20 Basics, 100 Ranges and 100
Portions which is 20 x 100 x 100 = 200,000.
Also The Earth’s equatorial circumferential distance is…….. L=40,075 kms. If 40,075kms is divided by 2 we get 20037.5kms. this number is not a complete number but is with a decimal point. If we subtract a very small amount which is 75 kms only 1/ 534th of the complete equatorial distance. We are left with the equatorial length of 40000 kms which can be divided by 2 giving us to equal and decimal free numbers each being 20000 kms which is much easier to calculate with.
In case we don’t want to reduce the equatorial distance then we can add 5 kms to 40,075 kms making it 40,080 kms. Which can be divided into 2 exactly equal parts of 20,040 kms each or into 24 parts each being 1670 kms. Now looking at page 9. For suitable divisions of the equatorial length. We observe in all the four cases below the earth’s equatorial length of 40,075 kms has been reduced to 40,000 kms . so that it’s a decimal free divisible number. Whereas, on the other hand this equatorial distance has been increased to 40,080 kms in order that it may get properly divided by 24hrs so that distance of each hour travel by the equator would be 1670 kms a decimal free number. As when 40,080 kms is divided by 24 we get 1670 kms which is a decimal free whole number.